Dr. John Ellis is not your average surburban ER doctor. At least, not anymore.
In Complications, USA's new medical drama from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix, Jason O'Mara plays Dr. Ellis, a disillusioned doctor whose life is turned upside down when...
Jessica Szohr, Beth Riesgraf
USA's medical drama pilot from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix is heating up.
After casting Terra Nova star Jason O'Mara in the lead...
Christian Kane and Jerry O'Connell have been tapped to guest-star on TNT's new drama King & Maxwell.
Based on the David Baldacci novels, the series stars...
Geena Davis could be returning to TV. The veteran actress will star in an upcoming pilot from Leverage showrunner Dean Devlin for TNT.
The untitled bounty hunter drama will star Davis as a bail bondswoman and bounty hunter with an unconventional way of doing things. The project is inspired by real-life bounty hunter Mackenzie Green.
The Hunger Games was the true victor of the 2013 People's Choice Awards. The blockbuster took away five trophies, including favorite movie and favorite movie actress for star Jennifer Lawrence's performance.
Katy Perry won three awards at the ceremony for favorite female artist, favorite pop artist and for her "Part of Me" video.
Dan Byrd and Courteney Cox
Question: Now that Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 have been banished to Sundays nights to wither away, isn't this a lesson we all saw coming by piling on sitcoms against each other on Tuesdays? I can potentially see ABC saving Happy Endings to prolong its syndication opportunities, but both shows were buried without much support (premiering in late October) and ABC seems to have gone down the Cougar Town route again. Apart from protected golden child Modern Family and reliable The Middle, ABC has a poor record of keeping their sitcoms on the air over the last several years, and now we have two more to add to the long list here. It's only a matter of time before Suburgatory enjoys a similar fate. Throwing them opposite hot thing New Girl and a Matthew Perry vehicle Go On seemed foolish on ABC's part.
In the end, Leverage executive producer Dean Devlin made the right call.
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Earlier this month, Devlin penned a letter to fans explaining that, because the creative team hadn't received an early Season 6 renewal from TNT, the Season 5 finale was designed to tell the story the writers always envisioned as the series finale. Last week, TNT decided to end the show, which proved Devlin & Co.'s fan-first instincts correct.
"If you try to anticipate something and it doesn't happen, you may let people down who stuck with you for 77 episodes," Devlin told TVGuide.com before the cancellation became official...
The jig is up for Nate Ford and his crew.
After five seasons, TNT has canceled con drama Leverage just days before what will now serve as the show's series finale.
In an announcement posted late Friday, TNT said it was "time to...
Josh Radnor, Michael C. Hall, David Boreanaz
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Any How I Met Your Mother scoop? — Brandon
ADAM: Get ready to see another familiar face next month! Ted will bump into a blast from his past who will have a "big influence on his search for the mother," co-creator Carter Bays tells us. Guesses? If it helps, it's "someone you wouldn't expect to see," Bays says.
OMG! Will Hannah turn in Dexter during the Dexter finale? — Justin
NATALIE: That will be...